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Toronto Police

On February 15th 2006, after deputations, the Toronto Police Services Board passed a limited “Don’t Ask” policy which states that “victims and witnesses” of a crime shall not be asked their immigration status, unless there are bona fide reasons to do so.

However, the Board continued to drag their feet and refused to implement the policy. On March 22, 2007, after another year of community mobilization and pressure, the Toronto Police Services Board and Chief Bill Blair were forced to implement the policy and agreed to stop asking questions related to immigration status. The DADT Campaign will continue to mobilize to ensure that this policy is carried out on the ground, and to ensure that the Toronto Police stop doing the dirty work of Immigration Canada.

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